Best Albums 1985-2005

Post by Mark

1 Radiohead – OK Computer
2 Public Enemy – It Takes A Nation of Millions To Hold Us Back
3 Nirvana – Nevermind
4 Pavement – Slanted And Enchanted
5 The Smiths – The Queen Is Dead
6 Pixies – Surfer Rosa
7 De La Soul – 3 Feet High And Rising
8 Prince – Sign O’ The Times
9 PJ Harvey – Rid Of Me
10 NWA – Straight Outta Compton

Source: Spin Magazine

I think Nevermind should definetly have been #1, and where is The Chronic by Dr Dre and Ten by Pearl Jam?? Who the fuck are the Pavement or The Smiths??


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3 comments, add your own...

  1. I was flipping through the magazine when I came accross Spin’s top 10…

    The Smiths were led by Morissey and were pioneers in the evolution of indie/pop/rock… during the 80s… they have some good songs, but you need to have an open ear…

    have no clue who the pavement are… it’s good to see Frank Black and the Pixies there (Nirvana credits them as their influence)…

    can’t argue with ok computer though…

  2. Entrepreneur says:

    um yeah what about the Chronic? or Doggystyle? Those were some classic genre changing albums

  3. Patrick says:

    The Smiths are an awesome band

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